It what many started out thinking was going to be a single-file snooze fest, the 2019 Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona International Speedway yesterday ended up being an expensive day for a lot of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Teams. That included the new team of No. 1 driver, Kurt Busch. Busch sat down after Sunday’s race to report what he saw.Read more
Even before the end of the 2018 MENCS season, there were rumors Kurt Busch was leaving SHR, leaving the No. 41. Now confirmed, there is still no confirmation on the status of the No. 41 for 2018. Why?Read more
Just days after it became public that Kurt Busch was returning to the No. 41 at Stewart-Haas Racing, the crew chief pairings have been announced for all four teams at SHR.
After a long time of waiting to find out the final driver in the lineup of the four-car Stewart-Haas Racing Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for 2018, yesterday the final piece was announced. Kurt Busch will return to the No. 41 in 2018.Read more
Wednesday’s SHR press conference is expected to tie things up for No. 41 driver, Kurt Busch, including a contract extension and rumored sponsorship by Monster Energy.Read more
In all sports, it’s often said that a win is a win is a win. But in NASCAR, it’s always felt a bit cheap to get a win in a rain-shortened race. Sunday’s Michigan International Speedway race was no different. In the current NASCAR Chase format, a new winner at Michigan would have been a crummy way to get into the 2015 Chase.Read more
As drivers switch teams, their numbers change. Like all sports, changing teams is more prevalent now than ever. But which drivers have had the most Cup numbers over their careers?Read more